More waterfront condos approved in Jupiter 


 More waterfront development — this time 33 townhouses walking distance to DuBois Park — have been approved in Jupiter.

Inlet Waters, with 2,000-square-foot units to start at under $700,000, was approved Tuesday unanimously by the town council. 

The developer is Larry Wright, who built the Ocean Breeze townhouse development in on U.S. 1 in Juno Beach.

The plan for Inlet Waters calls for seven two-story buildings along with a private marina with five docks.

Two buildings would be on the Jupiter River and two fronting A1A.

A pool and the other three buildings would be in the center of the property. Entry/exit is planned from A1A.

Inlet Waters would be on four acres of vacant land on the west side of A1A in the town’s Inlet Village.

Known as the Rathke property from the family who has owned it for years, it is just north of Jupiter River Estates mobile home park.

The Inlet Village is a three-quarter mile stretch of A1A from Beach Road north to U.S. 1 is dotted with restaurants, offices, kayak rentals and a public dock.

Three years ago the town spent about $8 million sprucing up the roadway with new lighting, on-street parking, speed bumps and landscaping.

New developments are coming at Love Street and at the former Suni Sands mobile home park.


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